PRAGMATIC PLAY LAUNCHES LIVE CASINO LANDMARK DEAL WITH LEOVEGAS

Leading iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play has seen its Live Casino portfolio available with renowned operator LeoVegas, after signing landmark agreement. LeoVegas’ customers will now have access to a wide selection of online streamed games from Pragmatic’s live dealer portfolio, which ranges among the industry’s most-cutting edge solutions.

The news reinforces Pragmatic’s commitment to expansion in regulated markets, with the tier-one Nordic operator holding licences in Sweden, Malta, Germany and Denmark, among others.

Lena Yasir, Vice President at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to have further expanded our partnership with LeoVegas, one of the industry’s best-known operators.

“We have strived to create a slick user experience in our Live Casino products, so we are very pleased to see yet another top casino brand going live with our ever-expanding portfolio.”

Rokas Benetis, Head of Live Casino at LeoVegas, said, “We’re excited to offer Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino games to our players. Pragmatic Play has done a great job to build strong selection of classic table games, and I think it will be a great addition to our product portfolio”

The provider’s Live Casino offering includes the fastest Live Blackjack on the market, a feature-packed Live Speed Roulette product, as well as the classic Live Roulette. In addition, Pragmatic Play is set to launch several language-dedicated tables, such as Italian, German and Russian. This step will ensure a truly localised content experience for the wide range of players.

Pragmatic Play offers Slots, Live Casino, Bingo and more, all via one single API.

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